Friday, April 2, 2010

Tolmin Gorge

Tolmin river beds are the most southern entrance point to Triglav National Park, which is the only Slovenian national park. The road to gorge goes from Tolmin and one kilometre to Zatolmin. Tolmin Gorge is the most important natural remarkableness. Tourist paths were built from the year 1953 to 1958. They go along Tolminka to the thermal spring and by Zadlascica to Bear's Head. The main keeper of the road is the Tourist association Tolmin. On the entrance point visitors can buy admission ticket, receive the map of the road and all other important information. The circular trail goes to the confluence Zadlascica and Tolminka, from there to Bear's Head, by the road Zatolmin - Cadrg to the entrance into Dante's or Zadlasca Cave. The Bear's Head is called the natural bridge, a large rock. The interesting Devil's Bridge was built in the year 1907. At the beginning was wooden, but now is strong iron construction.

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